11. Arshdeep Singh
Arshdeep Singh has led the PBKS bowling attack pretty efficiently. He has picked up 13 wickets at economy rates in the sevens.
10. Nathan Ellis
Nathan Ellis got his maiden wicket in the previous game and has bowled at an economy of 6.28.
9. Mohammed Shami
Shami went for a few in the previous game, but he remains their leading wicket-taker with 14 scalps at an economy rate of 7.64.
8. Ravi Bishnoi
Ravi Bishnoi has been a revelation for PBKS. The leg-spinner has already picked up nine wickets at an excellent economy of 6.28.
7. Harpreet Brar
Harpreet Brar has been reasonable for the Kings in the ongoing IPL. He started his campaign with a match-winning show against Royal Challengers Bangalore where he performed with both and ball.
6. Deepak Hooda
Deepak Hooda got 28 runs in the last game and he should be high on confidence.
5. Nicholas Pooran
Nicholas Pooran scored 32 against RR, but has kept faltering in the event.
4. Chris Gayle
Chris Gayle has shown sparks of brilliance, but has been far from his best. The southpaw has 193 runs to his name at an average of 21.44.
3. Aiden Makram
Aiden Markram, who replaced Dawid Malan in the Kings, has shown a great amount of consistency with the bat. The right-hander has scored 95 runs from three games at an average of 47.50 with a reasonable strike rate of 117.28.
2. Mayank Agarwal
Agarwal had a stiff back and Mandeep Singh replaced him in the playing eleven. If Mayank is fit, then Mandeep will have to make way for him. Agarwal has scored 332 runs at a strike rate of 142.48 with a top score of an unbeaten 99. Punjab’s batting will be strengthened further if Agarwal returns.
1. KL Rahul
KL Rahul has arguably been the standout batter for PBKS in the tournament. In 10 matches, the skipper has notched 422 runs at an average of 52.75 and a strike rate of 132.28 to go four half-centuries.